Campobello Island Seaglass Festival

The Campobello Whale Watch Motel loves Seaglass September. Sea glassing is one of our favorite things to do on the Island. It all started with an island girl named Stephanie Anthony! She prepared a map for beachcombers , organized the festival and created a fun scavenger hunt to share on social media. Our wonderful housekeeper played along and she’s looking forward to doing the scavenger hunt again!… Check out the maps that highlight the beaches on Campobello Island , New Brunswick Canada.




The Stephanie behind Seaglass September! …

The idea for a seaglass festival had been with me for a year or two before I talked it over with my fiancรฉ and decided to make it a reality. In 2019 we put together a mini festival for mid-September and everybody had a blast, it was one of the busiest weekends on the Island! Then 2020 happened, and instead of cancelling as so many festivals did, we switched it up to “Seaglass September” – a socially distanced, go at your own pace, event for the whole month. This format also helps with overcrowding as Campobello Island only has so much room, and so few businesses, to accommodate everyone. Seaglass September is here to stay! ๐Ÿ๏ธ๐Ÿ’Ž๐ŸŒŠ

Grab your camera and get a picture of as many of these as you can! ๐Ÿ“ธ
This is a socially distanced, online, event that everyone can do at their own pace.
Submit your entries on the Facebook page or email them to ๐Ÿ“ฑ
3 entries will be selected at the end of September and they will each receive Seaglass Festival merchandise!

Seaglass September Scavenger Hunt

Seaglass September

Finds at Mill Cove Beach

Seaglass September Head Harbour Lighthouse
Head Harbour Lighthouse
The housekeeper at the motel , Ashley and Angela at the Campobello Gift house made a fun little hashtag to do. That became part of the scavenger hunt! Kiss the Frog Rock at Liberty Point in the Roosevelt Campobello International Park.

2 thoughts on “SEAGLASS SEPTEMBER”

  1. Michael Thompson

    We typically go to Herring Cove beach, not great for sea glass. Where do we go to do some seaglass searching? Thanks. Mike

    1. Hey , I’ve found seaglass at millcove , friars bay and pollock cove . And some behind the library and welshpool wharf.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *